Cash prizes of up to $1,000 are available to students involved in activities that promote race relations. The Princeton Prize for Race Relations awards students from 25 different regions. Regional winners are also invited to Princeton University’s campus for an all-expense paid trip to attend the Princeton Prize Symposium on Race. This program is open to all high school students who have participated in activities that help promote race relations. There are no GPA restrictions or other eligibility requirements.
The application process consists of two parts the Candidate Application and the Supporter’s form. The candidate application form contains student information as well as information on activities regarding race relations. All applicants must also arrange to have a supporter fill in and submit the Supporter form. The supporter must be a teacher, adviser, community or religious leader, or other responsible individual—not related to the candidate—who knows about the candidate's participation in the activity described in the application.
See http://www.princeton.edu/pprize/overview/ for more information. Applications are due January 31st.